2010Dec05 Yuvabharathi 1st Sunday Programme on Personality Development, in Telugu.
Yuvabharathi conducts free personality development programmes, in Telugu, on the 1st Sunday of every month, in collaboration with the City Central Library, Askoknagar, Chikkadpally, Hyderabad.
The programme started with the prayer rendered by Prof. V. Viswandham.
Prof. V. Viswanadham initiated the programme reminding the participants about the proposal made in the previous monthâs meeting about : âThe participants were informed that they are welcome to review the year 2010, how they have spent, what have they planned, what did they achieve, how are they feeling now, what do they propose to do with the rest of the year â and thus, plan better things for the coming year 2011 â they were told that are welcome to share their views.â He invited the members present to share their views, in case they have come prepared. Only Sri P. Maruthi Kiran was ready to participate.
Prof. V. Viswanadham went on to explain the importance of the activity, how reviewing what one has felt, read, experienced, learnt, understood, internalized, etc. to be noted down in a diary, so that the contents would not only be useful for personal growth, but also for the generations to come. He felt that developing such a habit would help in keeping track of the progress and would help develop our taste, our personality, our ability to be a positive and contributing citizen, etc. He invited the participants to come to the programme on time, help in sharing the responsibilities of conducting the programme, etc.
Sri Maruthi Kiran spoke about his experiences, his fulfillment, about the books he has read and his future plans. He particularly promised to fulfil a long pending to bring out a publication. Prof. Viswanadham requested Sri Maruthi Kiran to share his views on a book that he has read and liked.
Sri Jawaharlal Nehru, Psychologist was requested to share his views on a regular basis, and motivate the members present.
Sri Krishna Chowhan spoke about his experiences, how he has overcome his depression, the influence of good cinemas, etc. He was requested to review one of the best cinemas he has seen and share the points which require to be noticed, appreciated and seriously considered, for implementation.
Prof. Viswanadham also appreciated the painstaking efforts of Sri Kandukuri Ramu, General secretary of Mithra Childrensâ Welfare Society, in collecting good quotations, and more importantly, attempting to spread them in different ways. He suggested that Mr. Ramu, with the help of Sri Krishna Chowhan, who introduced him to Yuvabharathi, to arrange for a display of the laminated quotation sheets in the next meeting of Yuvabharathi.
Prof. Viswanadham also requested Sri A. Nageswara Rao, the Secretary of Yuvabharathi, to read some select passages from the famous essays of Late Sri Panuganti Laxshinarasimha Rao â the famous writer of SAKSHI Essays, and thus introduce the beauty of Telugu Language.
He has also requested Sri Sudhama, the General Editor of Yuvabharathi Publications, famous writer, speaker, reviewer, columnist to speak and motivate the members present. He has also requested him to set apart some time from his busy schedule and visit Yuvabharathi at least once in 3 or 4 months and contribute his might to the efforts of the Yuvabharathi.
Sri B. Ramakrishna Reddy, Officer in State Bank of Hyderabad , spoke about the harmful impact of using plastic bags on the environment and requested that the use of plastic must be discouraged.
Sri B. Balakrishna also spoke on the occasion. Two young students, from a High School in Nalgonda, recited poems from the famous SUMATHI Satakam.
Sri P. Maruthi Kiran spoke about MOTHER, in a very touching manner.
Sri A. Nageswara Rao, Secretary, made announcements about the ensuing programmes of Yuvabhrathi and invited the participants to strengthen the hands of Yuvabharathi.
Copies of a small Telugu booklet, âDeshamunu Preminchumannaâ were distributed and the participants were informed that on page 21, the details of the websites where the live audio recording of the entire programme can be accessed and the participants were requested to bring to the notice of their friends, about the availability of the facility. Prof. Viswanadham explained that in case the participants were not able to attend a particular programme, they can utilize the opportunity of listening to the uploaded version.
Sri Vegeshna Govindaraju, announced the release of a DVD â titled âUndile Manchi Kalam Mundu Mundunaâ and offered 6 DVDs, along with an earlier DVD, about Vipasana Meditation, [also 6 copies] and promised to donate the sale proceeds of these 12 DVDs, at Rs. 75/-, a total amount of Rs. 900 to the Book Circulation Library, being run by Sri Ram Mohan, a member of Yuvabharathi, on the lines of POOLABATA Circulation Library, being run by Sri Vegeshna Govindaraju. Prof. Viswanadham referred to the feature article, published about the good work being done, in the Sunday Edition of SAKSHI Newspaper, dated 21st November 2010.
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